1952byMacDonald, Charles Brown, 1922-; Mathews, Sidney T
CMH Pub 11-7-1 Three Battles: Arnaville, Altuzzo, And Schmidt by Charles Brown MacDonald; Sidney T Mathews. First published, 1952. GPO Number: 008-029-00496-8 "'River Crossing at Arnaville' is the story of a battle that started badly and ended in victory; 'Objective: Schmidt,' of a battle that began with an unexpectedly easy success and turned into tragic defeat. 'Break-Through at Monte Altuzzo' is the account of how, after a succession of misguided efforts, a comparatively small number of... Topics: The U.S. Army in World War II: Special Studies, Arnaville, Battle of, France, 1944, The U.S. Army...
A rare glimpse of China during the Cultural Revolution. The film was shot and edited by Kevin Murphy who, at age 15, accompanied his father as part of the Canadian Government's first trade exposition in Beijing, held in the second two weeks of August 1972. As Murphy, now a criminal defence lawyer, recalls nearly thirty-four years on: "I shot the film in Super 8 myself and it was pretty much unwatchable in its raw state until I had the benefit of digital editing software which made it... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: China, Great Wall, Ming Tombs, Cultural Revolution, Rural China, Beijing
1975byLibrary of Congress; Library of Congress. Subject Cataloging Division; Library of Congress. Office for Subject Cataloging Policy; Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office; Library of Congress. Policy and Standards Division
Issued in 2 v., 8th ed.-10th ed.; in 3 v., 11th ed.-15th ed.; in 4 v., 16th ed.-20th ed.; in 5 v., 21st ed.- ; in 6 v., Topics: bub_upload, Subject headings, Library of Congress Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=e3JFRUI34sMC&hl=&source=gbs_api